Chef Tito Mboweni serves up another steaming plate, gets dragged

Chef Tito Mboweni serves up another steaming plate, gets dragged

- SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has once again taken to Twitter with one of his homemade meals

- This time Mboweni only showed his followers the end results, forgoing the usual preparation videos and pictures

- Twitter users and food critics alike did not think the meal looked at all good, many of them taking to the comment section with their thoughts

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South African Finance Minister (who also doubles as a social media chef) Tito Mboweni has once again taking to his favourite micro-blogging app, Twitter, to show off one of his infamous homemade meals.

Almost as if he is impervious to all the criticism around his cuisine, Tito seems to continue sharing his favourite home-cooked meals with his followers who never shy away from reminding the minister just how much they don't think he can cook.

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And like clockwork, as soon as Mboweni shared the picture of his set table, pap and gravy meal ready to be devoured as well as a glass of deep red wine, which he captioned:

"Oh! Table setting and how it ended. Done and cleaned out! A simple meal."

Twitter users were in the comment section reminding Mboweni that he is no chef. Read a few of their comments below.

@ModisakengMusa said:

"Uncle Tito, do you know that you have money?"

@Yemyem_M said:

"You ate a proper meal just a few days ago from Cape Town now you back to eating garlic and a bit of fish."

@realJack08 said:

"Fork and knife just for pap and tin fish, have you forgotten your ways Minister?"
Mboweni shares his homemade meal online
Chef Tito can't get a break from Twitter food critics. Source: Tito Mboweni/Twitter
Source: Twitter

Recently also reported, Tito Mboweni recently shared a picture of himself and Governor Kganyago having what he explained to be a small dinner at an unknown restaurant. In his post, he then goes on to explain that the EFF's Floyd Shivambu decided to gatecrash the little gathering.

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Watching an EFF leader and an ANC leader dine together is certainly not a sight South Africans get to see every day, especially since both parties have enough beef to open a well-sized butchery. Even more surprising is that Mboweni called Shivambu a "good young man."

"After a long but therapeutic drive from Cape Town to Johannesburg, a smallanyana dinner with Governor Kganyago. Then ⁦@FloydShivambu just invades us! Eish!! These young people! Nice convo though. Good young man," he wrote in his Twitter post.

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